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Hi I have linked it all up and working fine when playing the DVD but no sound is coming out when the TV is on the DVD has a new scart lead so cannot link the sky box have tried running the red and white aux cables from the sky box to the dvd player but still no sound whilst the sky is on. Help !!

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Most likley your scart cable is the culprit, check whether the scart cable is the AV I/O type. And also better check the audio settings of the DVD player. Hope u hook up the speakers correctly. Cheers, Rifaa

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1) Take airial lead from the wall socket in to antenna in on freeview box.

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